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SDSU Extension hosting sessions to help develop 4-H programs

BROOKINGS (AP) -- The South Dakota State University Extension is encouraging 4-H youth and supporters to participate in a series of listening sessions to help develop 4-H programming.

BROOKINGS (AP) - The South Dakota State University Extension is encouraging 4-H youth and supporters to participate in a series of listening sessions to help develop 4-H programming.

The sessions will be conducted across the state throughout April. The first gathering is scheduled for Monday at the Ramkota Inn in Pierre.

Karla Trautman is the associate director of the SDSU Extension. She says the sessions will help determine what "stakeholders want for the future of South Dakota 4-H youth development."

The information gathered at the sessions will be used to develop the Extension's 4-H Strategic Futures document, which is updated every five years. The document guides Extension staff in the development of 4-H programming.

Sessions have been scheduled in Winner, Rapid City, Faith, Sioux Falls, Huron and Aberdeen.

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